Available in black or silver anodized aluminum, other features across the new range include 2x front USB, IEEE1394, HD audio, 56-in-1 card reader and iMON integration with large volume knob, VFD and remote control.
more specs and pics can be located over at Techpowerup folks.
Dependent on the stack type, the HM allows an installation of either mATX and/ or ATX mainboards. In addition up to 3 internal hard disks can be built-in to the chassis. An excellent workmanship plus an user-friendly setup of the multimedia based chassis is guaranteed. Most of the components can be assembled tool free. Every chassis is bundled with a convenient iMON remote control, which was specially developed for Windows applications. The remote control becomes an essential sidekick with its easy to use buttons and ergonomic design.
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